say, you know, i'm worried about breast cancer risk, i'm going to make embryos, test them and sort them out. that already happens. if you went to any kindergarten private school in the united states and saw how much money parents spend to try and get a perfect kid, tennis camps when they have the means to do it or, you know, fancy language lessons, we're a society that values success. we're not anti-perfection. if we're going to stop that, then let's make a rule that says fixing diseases, yes, cosmetic stuff, no. but i wouldn't hold this experiment hostage to that worry. >> professor caplan, thank you so much. appreciate it. ? thank you. up next, thousands of papers from bill clinton's presidency that have been kept hid frn view for more than a decade. they soon could be made public. but will the clintons fight their release? plus, he fought for his life surviving an ied and sniper fire while watching his army brothers die, but as the pentagon slashes its budget, could the battle be lost?